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Anatomy of a song – Sun Tunnels “I Guess Not”

Eds. note: this post is the third in a series of posts about songs from my last EP. A theme I’m playing with in my latest EP Old Haunts Volume 1, and for that matter any other volumes I might … Continue reading

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Anatomy of a song – Sun Tunnels “Saturday”

Eds. note: this post is the second in a series of posts about songs from my last EP. Cast your mind back to the year 2000. Remember it? I do, some of it, and one thing I did late that … Continue reading

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Something old is new again

These things are related, maybe: Low power FM is a thing. Apple Music is set to surpass Spotify in US subscribers. I view these as tiny (miniscule) glimmers of almost-good news for musicians, premised on the contention that tech has … Continue reading

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Old Haunts Volume 1

Somehow I neglected to mention on my own blog that I released an EP of music. This EP here in fact:   I posted about the first song already, and I’ll be posting about the rest of them over time. … Continue reading

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Anatomy of a song – Sun Tunnels “Fruit Fly”

In 2001 I wrote a song called “Fruit Fly” and then recorded it in 2008, here it is now: This is its story. I built it on an A chord shape with embellishments that follow the main vocal melody, which … Continue reading

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